Penny Pot has a strong management team, who look after the best interest of all the service users and staff.
Debbie – Company Director / Provider Lisa – Finance Director
Yashveen – Manager Tracy – Assistant Manager
Senior Care Team
The senior care team has many years of experience in care and all have qualifications in Health and Social Care. There is always a senior on shift (day and night) who can answer your questions. Our senior team are dedicated and work hard to create care plans to identify the needs of each service user.
Day Senior Team: Ashley – Cara – Kersley – Hayley
Night Senior Team: Trudi – Janet
We have an amazing team of care assistants, who work together to meet the needs of all our residents, day and night. Each member of staff has completed training, relevant to the needs of the service users, and the majority have (or are working towards) recognised Health and Social Care qualifications. Each individual has a different level of experience and all share their knowledge with one another.
Day Care Team: Alison – Chloe – Candido – Kim – Marilyn – Olivia – Elena – Shannon – Skye – Tina
Night Care Team: Caroline – Rachel – Codie
The administrator does a variety of jobs assisting the Directors and Management team to ensure all the necessary paperwork is kept up-to-date and in line with legislations.
We have an amazing kitchen team, who provide fresh home-cooked meals (breakfast, lunch, tea, supper etc.) which are nutritious, and in line with service users preferences. This is reflected in our 5-star rating, awarded by an Environmental Health Officer.
Connor – Paul
Our team of housekeepers work together to ensure the home is spic and span. This include, day and night cleaners and laundry. They ensure the home is smelling fresh, and a welcoming place for all. The roles of the Housekeeping Team has never been do important with the current Pandemic. The staff have the necessary training to ensure the safe use of products.
Jenny M – Ashley – Julie – Jessica – Hayley – Trudi – Jenny F
Our “jack-of-all-trades” maintenance man has worked at Penny Pot since 2009, making sure the building is safe, secure and maintained and is on hand to help settle new service users in, creating a homely atmosphere in the bedrooms and other areas of the home.
At Penny Pot it is our priority to ensure all residents have activity to join in which stimulates the mind, brings enjoyment and promotes independents, whilst also ensure that these activities are dementia friendly. Our activities co-ordinator has an amazing rapport with all our residents, and brightens up the room with weird, wacky and amazing ideas and activities.